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Other Tongues

Label: Deep Tone Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Lucid Dreaming; Rumbatapestry; Smada; Street Beat; A Certain Slant of Light; Boogie Down Broder; Extraordinary Rendition; The Spirit Calls; Portals; Clave.

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Paul Carlon: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by Budd Kopman

If you are at all into Latin music in all of its rhythmic diversity, and furthermore like the fusion of that music with jazz, then you'll find saxophonist/composer Paul Carlon's Other Tongues to be a kick-ass album that will keep you moving from beginning to end while engaging the mind. To someone who ...

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The Paul Carlon Octet featuring Ileana Santamaria: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Attivo da oltre un decennio sulla scena jazz e latin-jazz di New York, il sassofonista e compositore Paul Carlon raduna per il suo debutto da leader un ottetto privo di nomi altisonanti, ma assolutamente funzionale al tipo di musica proposta in Other Tongues. Dunque altre lingue/linguaggi rispetto al jazz, che rimane il collante, il codice comune ...

Other Tongues

Label: Deep Tone Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Lucid Dreaming; Rumbatapestry; Smada; Street Beat; A Certain Slant of Light; Boogie Down Broder; Extraordinary Rendition; The Spirit Calls; Portals; Clave 66.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Paul Carlon Octet: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Taking exceptional advantage of the octet format, tenor saxophonist Paul Carlon's sophomore effort as a leader, Other Tongues, presents his wide-ranging compositional skills in the context of a lively, Latin-based showcase. Rhumba-tap dancer Max Pollak adds additional rhythmic spice; the exceptional vocal stylings of Ileana Santamaria lend a beauty to this otherwise fairly muscular presentation. Carlon ...

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The Paul Carlon Octet: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Paul Carlon's first recording as a leader of his own octet is a deceptive and intruiging portrait, as well as a highly listenable excursion into the world of the many shades of Latin jazz. Originally from upstate New York, Carlon graduated from Cornell University with a degree in English Literature in 1991 but was determined to ...

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The Paul Carlon Octet: Other Tongues

Read "Other Tongues" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

On two-thirds of this masterful debut from tenor saxophonist/flutist Paul Carlon and his octet, things get deep into world rhythms, with Afro-Cuban grooves, some rhumba, a bit of cha cha, some Latin-infused Ellingtonian swing and Yoruban chants, Cuban timba, Colombian porro and Max Pollack's rumbatap (on “Rumbatapestry"), along with gorgeously lilting vocals by Ileana Santamaria (daughter ...


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